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4 Days, 3 Nights Bali Trip – Bali Surprise

Day 1: Singapore - Bali (Dinner)

Upon arrival at Ngurah Rai Bali International Airport, you will be met & greeted by our local guide. Our first stop is a renowned area called the “Five Religions” area. This area is one of the famous man-made scenery spots in Bali. The Government main purpose for carving out this area is to depict the harmony and equality among the five religions in Bali. The must see monuments created by the Government in Nusa Dua area are Masjid Agung Ibnu Batutah, The Catholic Church, Vihara Buddha Aguna, Gereja Kristen Bukit Doa and Pura Jagatnatha, a Hindu Temple. You will witness how different believers co-exist in this area with their own respective religious activities. After this we will proceed to cafe to savor local-made tea & some local delicacies while overlooking the Indian Ocean. We will continue our journey to Ancient Pura Uluwatu Temple which is built in 11th century and is one of the oldest and most important temples in Bali. Next, continue to GWK Cultural Park – situated on limestone site overlooking the South Bali tourist region. Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultura Park has the biggest and highest statue in Bali and showcases the art and culture of the island of Gods amid dramatic backdrops and breathtaking panoramic view. You will have dinner at a local Restaurant and enjoy the famous Kecak Dance and transfer back to hotel for check-in.

Day 2: Kinatamani – Lovina Tour (Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner) 
Lovina Hotel: Aneka Beach or similar

After breakfast, you will visit the village of Celuk, famous for its woodcarving. After that, we will proceed to Ubud Village for the viewing of the famous Balinese Painting. We will continue on to Kinatamani, where we will view from far the marvelous scenery of the active volcano and Lake Batur. After lunch, continue to Singaraja, the second largest city in Bali and also former capital of Bali. Visit the Buddhist Temple and Hot Spring at Banjar. Transfer to Lovina Beach for dinner and check-in hotel. 

Day 3: Lovina Beach – Dolphin Watching – Bedugul – Kuta Beach (Breakfast / Lunch) 

Wake up early morning, we get into the boat at 5.30am and spend about 30 mins sailing to where we will get to see the wild and cute Dolphin frolicking and playing freely in their natural environment with sensational background scenery of Bali sunrise (subj to weather condition and dolphin appearance). Return to hotel for your breakfast and have a short rest before we continue to Gigit to see the highest waterfall in Bali and then proceed to gobleshill for viewing the beautiful twin lake of Bayam and Tamblingan and then proceed to Bedugul Mountain Resort and tranquil Lake Bratan for your lunch at Mentari Lake side Restaurant. After lunch, continue to Menqi to see the biggest royale temple “Taman Ayun” and then to Tanah Lot to see the amazing and sacred temple in Bali, built on the top of an island like a rock that can be reached during the lowest tides. After long hours of fun and adventurous, it’s time for you to relax down at Kuta Beach area. We bring you a delicious seafood fare from a local seashore restaurant. After the relaxing singapore massage, you are welcome to roam free & easy at Kuta Beach and transfer back to the hotel.

Day 4: Bali – Singapore (Breakfast)

Breakfast at hotel, free & easy till transfers to airport for departure.

*Due to unforeseen circumstances, the sequence of itinerary may subject to changes or alternative sightseeing is being substituted without prior notice. 

4 Days, 3 Nights – Cambodia: Kingdoms of Wonder

Day 1: Singapore – Siem Riep

In the morning, visit the Roluos Group. The monuments of Roluos, which served as the capital of Indravarman I (reigned 877-89), are among the earliest large, permanent temples built by the Khmers and mark the beginning of Khmer classical art. Preah Ko erected by Indravarman I in the late 9th century is dedicated by the King to his ancestors in 880. Bakong is the largest and most interesting of the Roluos group temples, with his active Buddhist monastery just to the north of the east entrance. Lolei was built on an islet in the center of a large reservoir (now rice fields) by Yasovarman I, the founder to the first city at Angkor. In the afternoon, continue your temple tour. See the unique interior brick sculptures Prasat Kravan, the Srah Srang reservoir (known as "The Royal Baths" was once used for ritual bathing), Banteay Kdei (surrounded by 4 concentric walls), Eastern Mebon (guarded at its corner by stone figures of harnessed elephants, some of which are still in a reasonable state of preservation) and the mountain-temple of Pre Rup until sunset. Overnight at hotel in Siem Riep. 

Day 2: Angor Wat

In the morning, visit the most famous of all the temples on the plain of Angkor: Angkor Wat. The temple complex covers 81 hectares and is comparable in size to the Imperial Palace in Beijing. Its distinctive five towers are emblazoned on the Cambodian flag and the 12th century masterpiece is considered by art historians to be the prime example of classical Khmer art and architecture. Angkor Wat’s five towers symbolize Meru’s five peaks – the enclosed wall represents the mountains at the edge of the world and the surrounding moat, the ocean beyond. Afternoon, visit the South Gate (with its huge statues depicting the churning of the ocean of milk), the ancient capital ofAngkor Thom (12th century), Bayon Temple (unique for its 54 towers decorated with over 200 smiling faces of Avolokitesvara), the Royal EnclosurePhimeanakas, the Elephants Terrace and the Terrace of the Leper King. Sunset at Angkor Wat. Overnight at the same hotel.

Day 3: Archeological Temples Visit

Transfer to the archaeological site for the sunrise from the Phnom Bakheng, one of two hills dominating the plain of Angkor, from where you will have a spectacular view of the Western Baray and Angkor Wat.

We will admire the sunrise at Srah Srang then return to the hotel for breakfast. Morning, transfer to Banteay Srei temple (10th century), regarded as the jewel in the crown of Classical Khmer Art. Continue to Ta Prohm, one of the area’s most beautiful temples. Ta Prohm has been relatively untouched since it was discovered and retains much of its mystery. In the afternoon, you continue your temple visits toPreah Khan. Built by the King Jayavarman VII, Preah Khan is, like Ta Prohm, a place of towered enclosures and shoulder hugging corridors. Unlike Ta Prohm, however, the temple of Preah Khan is in a reasonable state of preservation and ongoing restoration efforts should maintain and even improve this situation. Neak Pean, a fountain built in the middle of a pool (representing the paradisiacal Himalayan mountain-lake), Ta Som and Banteay Samre, built in the third quarter of the 12th century. It consists of a central temple with four wings preceded by a hall and accompanied by two libraries, the southern example remarkably well preserved. Two concentric walls enclose the ensemble. Overnight at the same hotel.

Day 4: Floating Village

In the morning, visit the floating village of Chong Khneas, located 10 kilometers south of Siem Reap. Visit the village and take an excursion in a traditional wooden boat on the Tonle Sap Lake, the "Great Lake" of Cambodia, one of the largest in Asia. Continue to "Les Artisans d'Angkor - Chantiers Ecoles" of Siem Reap and time at leisure at a local market (if time permits).Transfer back to your hotel or Siem Reap Airport for departure flight to the next destination. 

*Due to unforeseen circumstances, the sequence of itinerary may subject to changes or alternative sightseeing is being substituted without prior notice. 


3 Days, 2 Nights - Kuala Lumpur Trip

Day 1: Singapore – Genting Highland

Assemble at 08.30am at Pearl’s Centre to board our air-conditioned coach bound for Malaysia via 1st link. Along the way, we will stopover at Yong Peng. Thereafter, we will make our way to the “Monte Carlo of the East”— Genting Highland. Upon arrival, you might wish to pay a visit to the famous casino, or bring your kids for a fun-filled afternoon at the Theme Park. Good Luck to those visiting the casino!

Day 2: Genting Highland – Kuala Lumpur

After breakfast, we will start our journey into the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur and discover the amazing sights of nature and traditions. Drive along Ambassadors Row where embassies of various nations are located. Visit the Royal Selangor Pewter factory and pass by Malay villages. See how batik is done by hand. Finally visit the famous Batu Caves with its 272-steps, these limestone caves are popular tourist attraction for the annual Thaipusam Festival. The festival is a spectacular affair which attracts thousand of devotees and spectators. 

Visit the Petronas Twin Tower for a photostop. The twin tower has a skybridge, which is open to the public -subject to availability as the entry is limited to a certain number of people each day.

After lunch, we will proceed to the city of Kuala Lumpur and visit the old and the modern that makes this city vibrant. Places of interest includes visiting a National Monument, National Museum, Sultan Abdul Samad building, King’s Palace to learn more about the country's history and culture. We will then stop for shopping at Berjaya Times Square. Dinner will be at your own expenses.

Day 3: Kuala Lumpur – Malacca - Singapore

Upon arrival, we will start your trip with a full day Malacca tour. Travel back into the past 600 years as you visit Malacca city. Visit St Peter's Church built in 1710, drive pass Bukit China and visit the gateway of the Portuguese fortress "A Formosa" built in 1511. Climb St Paul Hilland visit the ruins of the church where St Francis Xavier was once buried. Stop at the Dutch Square with its pink colored building calledStadhuys. Nearby is Christchurch built in 1753. Visit the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, the country's oldest Chinese temple. Take a walk along Jonkers Street where you can hunt for antique souvenirs. Visit the Baba Nyonya Museum - for an interesting insight of the lifestyle & tradition of the unique peranakans. After that, we will proceed for dinner at a local Malacca restaurant and then make our way back to Singapore.

*Due to unforeseen circumstances, the sequence of itinerary may subject to changes or alternative sightseeing is being substituted without prior notice. 

6 Days, 5 Nights: Glimpse of Myanmar

Myanmar, the Golden Land

Myanmar, the country formerly known as Burma, is one of the few truly original travel experiences remaining in this much travelled world. Decades of social and economic isolation have preserved here many of the traditional features, physical and cultural, which have been lost in other Asian countries.

Day 1: Yangon

Arrive in Yangon where you will be welcomed by your local tour guide and transferred to your hotel to drop off your luggage. If you arrived by mid-day flight, we may proceed for lunch. After lunch, a walk through "downtown" Yangon, a diverse mix of faded colonial architecture from the British times, and high-rises built by more recent investors; Sule Pagoda, built in the early 3rd century is a landmark in the city centre. 

Late afternoon visit to the magnificent Shwedagon Pagoda of Rudyard Kipling fame and one of Myanmar's most sacred places. The massive bell shaped stupa is plated with gold and the tip of the stupa is set with diamonds and rubies, sapphires and topaz - a stunning sight as the sun sets and a most fitting place to begin our trip in this "Golden Land". Overnight at the Hotel.

Day 2: Yangon - Bagan by flight

This morning we head for the airport to get the early morning flight to Bagan. Check into the hotel and depart for a sightseeing excursion around the Bagan Archaeological Zone World Heritage Area. A comprehensive exploration of Bagan includes Nyaung Oo market; Shwezigon Pagoda, the prototype of later Myanmar stupas; Kyansittha Umin; Wet-kyi-inn Gubyaukgyi Temple with exquisite mural painting of 13th century and Htilominlo Temple

In the afternoon, after a visit to lacquer ware workshops; continue to Manuha Temple built by exile King Manuha; Nanphaya, said to have been the residence of King Manuha; Ananda Temple, architectural masterpiece and Oak-Kyaung monastery decorated with multi colour mural paintings. Enjoy the breathtaking sunset from one of the temple of Bagan. Overnight at the hotel in Bagan.

Day 3: Bagan - Mandalay by flight

After breakfast at hotel, transfer to Nyaun U airport for flight to Mandalay. When you arrive at Mandalay airport, drive to ancient capital of Amarapura, the city of Immortality for a visit to Bagaya Monastery with a famous collection of Buddha images; weaving industries, two-century old U-Bein teak bridge on the Taungtaman Lake and observe the lunch process of thousands of monks who take their last meal of the day at 10:00 am in total silence. Proceed to Mandalay and check in at the hotel. 

After refreshment, you will take a sightseeing tour of Mandalay which includes Mahanumi, a life like Buddha image. Mandalay is the last capital of Myanmar and that make her to be the best place to see all the traditional arts and crafts. Start visiting gold leaf making work-place and see how the gold leaf is being made by hand in a traditional way. Continue visit the Old Palace grounds; Kuthodaw Pagoda, known as the world's largest book for its 729 marble slabs inscribed with the Buddha's Doctrine; Golden Palace Monastery, noted for its exquisite wood carvings and enjoy the panoramic view of the city from Mandalay Hill. Overnight at the hotel in Mandalay.

Day 4: Mandalay - Heho - Inle Lake by flight+car+boat

After breakfast, depart the hotel for flight to Heho on the Shan plateau. Transfer by road to Inle Lake and transfer to our hotel by long tail boat across the lake. Upon arrival, check in at hotel. In the afternoon, we plan to spend the day visiting villages and sampling the spectacular array of traditional handicrafts. You will see the unique method locals use to row their boats, fishermen with their own style of fishing, floating farms and gardens and a handloom weaving cottage with its own showroom. You will visit Phaungdawoo Pagoda which houses the five most revered Buddha Images in the southern Shan State. Overnight at the hotel on Inle Lake.

Day 5: Inle Lake - Heho - Yangon by flight

We are heading back down country today to return to the airport at Heho for our flight to Yangon. Our route takes us back to Heho and down the escarpment to Nyaung-Shwe for a busy local market. Check in at airport and fly back to Yangon. Upon arrival, check in at hotel. 
In the afternoon, we plan to visit by car to Karaweik, a royal barge for fantastic photo shot along the “pilgrims” causeway across the Royal Lake with stunning views of Schwedagon Pagoda and visit the Bogyoke Aung San Market (Scott Market) for souvenir shopping. Overnight at the hotel in Yangon.

Day 6: Departure Yangon

After breakfast at hotel, you will be transferred to Yangon International airport for your return international departure flight.

*Due to unforeseen circumstances, the sequence of itinerary may subject to changes or alternative sightseeing is being substituted without prior notice. 

3 Days, 2 Nights – Penang Trip 

Day 1: Penang Temples 

After checking into the hotel at 1400hrs, we will visit the Snake Temple, also known as Temple of the Azure Clouds, built in 1850 to the memory of a Buddhist priest, Chor Soo Kong, who was believed to have possessed incredible healing powers. This is the only temple in the world that venomous pit vipers coiled around the altars and others parts of the temple. Kek Lok Si, the Temple of Supreme Bliss, it is one of South East Asia biggest temple. This acclaimed tourist landmark has charmed millions with its pagodas, pavilions, fish ponds, countless buddhas and the towering bronze statue of the Goddess of Mercy (Kuan Yin). Wat Chayamangkalaram of Reclining Buddha Temple, this Buddhist temple of Thai architecture houses a 33m long gold plated reclining Buddha, one to the longest in the world.Dhammikarama Burmese Temple, built in 1803 was the first Buddhist temple in Penang. At the main entrance archway, are vivid paintings depicting important events in the life of Buddha.

Proceed to the trishaw terminal, where you take a 10 minutes trishaw ride along Jalan Penang to New Lane hawker centre for you to savour irresistible hawkers delights such as laksa, prawn noodles, chicken rice, char kway teow, loh bak, nasi kandar, roti jalar, satay and an array of Nyona foods (meals at own expenses) After a delightful meal, visit night market (pasar malam) which offers goods ranging from household items to clothes, knick-knacks and food. 

Day 2: Penang Hill

The Fort Cornwallis is an old star-shaped fort. The Fort Cornwallis is the largest standing fort in Malaysia. The Esplanade, next to the fort, is a popular waterfront promenade which stretches from the hawker stalls at one end to the clock tower at the other. The central in the Esplanade is a Padang which is a huge square of town green. Also, proudly standing beside the Esplanade, the City Hall is a stately colonial building which is a fine example of British Palladian architecture.

After that, you will be brought to Penang Hill, also known as Bukit Bendera and is 830m high, where you can escape the hotness of tropical Georgetown by taking cable car to the peak. However, the funicular railway will not take you straight to the top, you’ll have to change trains halfway and pass several small stations. While you reach the hilltop, you’ll find a tea kiosk, restaurants, souvenir stalls, a mosque, hindu temple, and the old bellevue hotel. Moreover, the summit offers you a magnificent panoramic view of Geogetown, the mainland of Malaysia and the Penang Bridge.

Day 3: Marine Park Snorkel

Pulau Payar Marine Park protects the waters surrounding Peninsular Malaysia’s west coast, for perfect snorkeling in pristine conditions. Catch a speedy catamaran from Penang to dive into waters thronged with parrotfish and damselfish swimming amongst the coral. You can hire jet skis and canoes on Penang’s beaches, from Tanjung Bungah to Teluk Bahang, or take an offshore excursion to the white-sand Monkey Beach for fun, sea and sand.
*Due to unforeseen circumstances, the sequence of itinerary may subject to changes or alternative sightseeing is being substituted without prior notice.